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Hello there,

I have just noticed that in certain light conditions, the screen presents weird artefacts (similar to halo) around source of lights as well as around grey areas (such as the an overcast sky).

Once the image is transferred to my computer it’s all good, and the dng is fine.

But when I review it on the screen or use the live feature, this happens.

Any thoughts?

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9 hours ago, paulsydaus said:

Is it evident in the jpeg if you shoot dng + jpeg?  Maybe the onscreen previous are heavily compressed which might do this in situations like you show.  Not seen it myself though.

I will give it a try now! Thanks 

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Hallo,

did you solve the problem? I may have the similar problem on my M9. Both JPEG and DNG...

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On 11/25/2020 at 1:15 PM, Sarka said:

Hallo,

did you solve the problem? I may have the similar problem on my M9. Both JPEG and DNG...

Sorry I missed this message.

So...I can confirm the final image is fine, so I suppose it's just how the camera display renders it. I am yet to try using dng+jpeg as per this recommendation 

though. Have you?

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Hi, I believe that If you are only shooting DNG and no jpeg, the camera still makes a low res image for the display that may have low res compression artifacts ton the screen that will not be in the DNG.  If so, try shooting in DNG+Jpeg and see if the artifact is still there since the screen will now be showing a higher res jpeg.  I had terrrible Moire artifact on screen until I noticed I was shooting only DNG .

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